The Dodge A100 Vans got off to a late start compared to Ford and Chevrolet. The A100 was introduced in the autumn of 1963 for the 1964 model year, and closely copied the successful Ford Econoline with its conventional front engine, rear drive layout. What was unconventional about the Dodge was the front windshield, as it was a 2-piece affair rather than a single pane. So, would you like to follow Murilee Martin and own one of these vans, or would you rather own a Camry?
Our first eBay contestant is from the Harwell Motor Company in Sherman Texas. This is a 1966 Dodge A100 Window Van, that has been somewhat modified. It sports the 273 CID V-8, with an automatic. They describe the paint job as amateur quality, and the restoration it a bit amateurish as well. The Odometer shows 88,000 miles, and the interior could used some extra work.
The asking price for this Dodge is $7,999, which is really high according to the condition. See the Harwell Listing here.
Our next Dodge Van is actually an A108, because of the longer wheelbase. This one is in rough but rebuildable shape, with no rust (per the ad), period slotted wheels, rebuilt engine, and new rubber. It has opening windows, so it can be used as a camper, or a love wagon…. you’re choice.
The starting bid for this Dodge A108 is $999, and with two days to go, there isn’t a single bid. Take a look at the listing here.
I found our third Dodge A-100 on CarsOnline.com…. and that paint job is Eye Searing. According to the listing:
1969 Dodge A100 Custom Conversion Van. “Pink Panther”. Fresh two year complete restification of a 100% completely rust free california desert body. This vehicle was stripped to bare metal, repainted in an original dodge panther pink color. The entire driveline is fresh, featuring a hot slant six and auto trans. The interior is done in pink leapord material, with fresh seats and shag carpeting. Has a 2500 watt custom stereo, that blows everyone away. No expense was spared doing this one.
Asking Price? A Cool $13,900! There is a Video on this Van as well. See the CarsOnline listing here.